Two Australian Awards for Hanlon Windows

Last week saw the winners announced of the 2013 Australian Window Association Design Awards at the Fenestration Conference Gala Dinner in Canberra. We were extremely proud and honoured to have been selected as the winners of not one but two of the top Australian residential awards. This is an amazing achievement considering the calibre of projects entered into these awards.

The Australian Window Association Design Awards recognises fenestration products which complement and enhance the design of a dwelling or building. The Best Use of Windows & Doors Award aims to:
• Increase the level of interest in windows, doors and fenestration products;
• Raise the awareness, profile and interest in Australian Window Association members and differentiate them from others; and
• Execute a consistent professional showcase for window systems, celebrating and recognising excellence.

The two awards we received were for the Best Use of Windows and Doors in a Residential: New Construction and Best Use of Windows and Doors in a Residential: Renovation. The award winning projects are located in Culburra Beach and Austinmer Beach on the NSW South Coast.

The judges complimented all the entrants for the high standard in this category and the decision was certainly a challenge. Each project entered displayed an excellent use of windows as a component of the whole house, however our two entries were deemed to be that little more special than the rest and were deserved winners of their awards.

The Culburra Beach Renovation Project was designed by Colin Irwin from iArchitecture and built by Bruce Preston from Preston & Sons Construction Pty Ltd, whilst the Austinmer Beach New Construction Project was designed by Alexander Symes and G+V Architecture and built by Matt Jolley from MJB North Pty Ltd.

We would like to acknowledge the outstanding work that was put in by not just our team, but our fantastic suppliers, customers, architects and builders who all came together on these two award winning projects.

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